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India in terms of food is diverse. There is no universal thumb rule which defines Indian food. The street food available in major cities will have a few common delicacies. The best part about street food is that one can enjoy it without any inhibitions. Street food’s unique characteristic is defined by the fact that it clearly represent local flavour.Given our hectic lifestyles today, many people neither have the time nor inclination to cook long, leisurely meals. They often resort to eating fast food that are quick and easy to prepare. The fast food industry in India has evolved with the changing lifestyles of the young Indian population. Many of the traditional dishes have been adapted to suit the emerging fast food outlets.

  • Grilled Cheese Sandwich is a simple, quick and delicious comfort food that you will come back to again and again. Crispy on the outside and gooey on the inside, this…

  • Mushroom Pasta with olives and choice of vegetables is an easy, quick and nutritious meal full of flavor. The creamy sauce with mushrooms along with the richness of olives is…

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    Jhal Muri

    by Praveen Kumar

    Jhal Muri is a popular street food especially in the streets of Kolkata, Orissa and Bangladesh. Also known as Kurmura, it is made with puffed rice, spices and assorted vegetables.…

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    Papri Chaat

    by Praveen Kumar

    Papdi Chaat is a very popular North Indian street food. Often called as the Prince of Chaats, it is known as Papri Chaat in some places and is made with…

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    Misal Pav

    by Anjali Anand

    Misal Pav is a very popular street food in Mumbai. A traditional Maharashtrian chaat dish, Misal Pav is made using moth beans, green gram and served with pav buns. Highly…

  • Chicken Tikka Burger is a delicious fusion food combining the classic chicken tikka and the modern burger. A flavourful burger that is ideal as a lunch time or evening snack,…

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    Samosa Chaat

    by Praveen Kumar

    Samosa Chaat is a classic Indian street food typically consumed as an evening snack. Cooked samosas are crumbled and mixed with chickpeas, spices, assortment of chutneys, garnished with coriander leaves,…

  • Mini Idli Sambar or Ghee Idli Sambar is a popular breakfast dish across South India, especially in Chennai and other cities of Tamil Nadu. The regular fluffy idlis are a…

  • Mashed Potatoes is one of the popular comfort food that everyone loves. It is delicious, creamy and all things wonderful with plenty of local and regional variations. A bowl of…

  • Patatas Bravas (Spanish Fried Potatoes with spicy Tomato Sauce) is a traditional Spanish tapas classic dish. Essentially a fried potatoes in a warm and spicy tomato sauce, it is one…

  • French Toast is one of the popular and oldest breakfast food in the world. Over the years the classic French Toast has given way to numerous versions that are popular…

  • Banarasi Tamatar Chaat is a speciality street food dish from the city of Banaras. Made with tomatoes, mashed potatoes and spices garnished with date tamarind chutney, nimki / chana dal…

  • Bread Omelette is a very popular South Indian street food, especially in Chennai. It is a quick and hassle dish that can be made in very minimal time. Often served…

  • Vegetable Momos are a popular dish in the North Eastern region of India, Tibet and China. The vegetable momos are a good, healthier alternatives to samosas or pakoras. These are…

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    Samosa Pav

    by Sunita Karthik

    Mumbai is the place for street food with numerous road side eateries, push carts and cafes. One of the most popular chaat/fast food items is Samosa Pav. Fresh and hot…